If you are considering a new interior for an existing or yet-to-be built aircraft, you will need to familiarize yourself with the options, terminology, cultural considerations and care of the materials used in its cabin and flight deck upholstery and trim. This article focuses on leather due to its near universal popularity, but it also touches on other materials often found in today’s business aircraft. Naturally, most of us think of leather and other fabrics as individual or ...

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